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Jan 13, 2017 3:59pm PST
on his campaign pledges. mr. trump won the white house by defeating hillary clinton in key democratic states like michigan. once the engine of the u.s. economy and home to america's motor city, many are struggling. rajini vaidyanathan has been speaking to trump supporters about what they would like to see happen next. rajini: it was in the industrial regions of america's midwest that donald trump's message resonated the most. >> in southeastern michigan there has been plant closing after plant closing. rajini: he works in a car factory. a lifeline democrat and a union member, he voted for donald trump. >> i'm a liberal who believes in gay rights, abortion rights. but i also want to see jobs come back to my facility, and i want to see donald trump bring those jobs back. rajini: donald trump won michigan by a narrow margin thanks in part to his promise to rebuild cities like here in detroit. many voters will judge his presidency on one simple thing -- can he bring jobs back? for small business owners, that means stemming the flow of jobs overseas and shunning globalism. >> we
domain, the russian vernment hacked us and putin ordered to denigrate hillary clinton. and sort to help donald trump and will do it again and again, not om in our country but other countries as well. i had a more complete briefing last week. it is important for congress to pass legislation to create an outside nonpartisan independent commission. national security, leaders in our country on both sides of the isle, not even political, have called for this commission. every house democrat has co-sponsored the protect our government act. and republicans are saying, mitch mcconnell is saying the intelligence committee can do that. he g.o.p. chair, senator burr, said it will not investigate links between russia and the campaign in the u.s. and president-elect trump's prays of putin. and let's hope for the best. let's hope any further investigation will remove doubt that the russians were not successful in effecting policy in the united states as they affected policy in the united states. you heard me say long before these briefings, i wonder what the russians have on donald trump that they ar
FOX
Jan 13, 2017 6:30pm EST
, hillary clinton had no message, it was donald trump is a bad guy vote for me. folk on his policies keep your eye on on the ball as far as donald trump's promises and go from there, when you start calling him hitler, he's racist he's this, he's that, half the country will shut us off immediately and today, guys, nbc matt lauer when president obama gave joe biden the metal of freedom. and then andrea mitchell said i cried too. half the country hears that and said why are you crying? i is there emotion? get that out of here. it paints a horrible broad brush against good journalists you or me and that are trying to get to the facts >> i got to ask you playing devil got advocate, wha it wrong because it seems like it's partisan >> my wife is anner, doctor, i get there will be human aspects when it's a partisan event when you have a president giving a vice president, at surprise and it's a nice event don't share with the american people that you cried because then people say why are you crying because you love obama? were there's a human moment, that's how half the people in this country
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 6:30pm EST
going public about the hillary clinton e-mails, then on election eve saying there was nothing there. here's pierre thomas. >> reporter: tonight, 24 hours after the department of justice revealed an investigation into fbi director james comey and his decisions, growing anger. it involves hillary clinton and her e-mails. going public 11 days before the election, then revealing there was nothing there. now, new anger. many democrats on capital hill emerging furious after a closed briefing on russian hacking with fbi director james comey. just this week comey on the hill was asked is he investigating donald trump, and any possible contact with the russians and trump's team during the campaign. >> i can't talk about these things in public forums. >> the irony of you making that statement, i can't avoid. >> reporter: now lawmakers have met privately with comey and have learned more. >> all i can tell you is the fbi director has no credibility, that's it. >> reporter: comey now taking heat from all sides. today, the conservative "wall street journal" editorial board calling on him to resig
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 6:30pm EST
> election. many democrats believe that russian hacking cost hillary clinton the presidency. separately, many democrats also blame f.b.i. director james comey for reopening an investigation of hillary clinton's emails just 10 days before the election. today, congressional democrats let loose on comey, and here's nancy cordes. >> the f.b.i. director has no credibility. >> reporter: democrats stormed out of a briefing on russian hacking, furious with one of the briefers, f.b.i. director james comey. >> my confidence in the f.b.i. director's ability to lead this >> reporter: the closed door briefing for all house members was confidential, but multiple lawmakers tell cbs news that the former chair of the democratic national committee, congresswoman debbie wasserman schultz, asked comey repeatedly why he never called her personally to inform her that d.n.c.'s servers may have been breached by the russians. comey balked. hank johnson. >>
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 6:30pm EST
helping this man get elected. and they helped destroy the candidacy of hillary clinton. >> civil rights leader unflinching, despite president obama trying to tamp down this kind of rhetoric. reminding americans what democracy is built on. >> look, the people have spoken. donald trump will be the next president. >> president-elect trump's incoming press secretary pointing to the results. >> i think the facts speak for themselves. the election was a clear and decisive win for donald trump and an agenda of change to make america great again. >> lewis' statement, a siren a week from the inauguration. with fallout from election day still lingering. intelligence assessments, russia purposely meddled with the election and the review of the fbi director's actions during the campaign. james comey visiting capitol hill for a closed-door briefing today where a source inside the room says he was confronted angrily by the former dnc chair. >> the fbi director has no credibility. >> at the capitol, preparations for huge crowds friday. but not congressman lewis. skipping the inauguration. >> yo
. under clinton and obama, bigger. i would make a value judgment of good or bad, but a small footprint versus a big foot prescript. the small footprint works well for state chiefs because there are opportunities for us to do things. one thing i had a chance to do in florida was to oversee our application for waiver for no child left behind. one thing that arne did to support our effort in florida, because we have a large number of students who come to the united states, was when do you create the clock to tick for when those test scores will be counted for the kids and for the school. back and forth with doe? absolutely. but we actually got the waiver we needed. that was a way of the department of education looking at a state, with a population that is radically different than most states. most of our students are free and reduced priced lunge. most are hispanic and african-american, which is now the majority. in fact, white kids are the minority now. we talk about public education. and the fact they said, yes, you can do this, that was a smart move for the federal government to work w
love to have that power. encouraged the russians to act sect clinton's e-mails and suggested they be provided to the press. but we're now in a different period. the president-elect. and it's one thing to talk as we did earlier with respect to your used for collecting metta data in the future but i want to talk about outsourced surveillance. if an void or country provided the agency with communication's americans for whom the were no warrants, what would your response be? >> this is a complex question. i understand there are policies in place at the agency, me a even at the department of justice with re speak to this very issue.y if i can step back and tell you that it is not lawful to outsource that which we cannot do -- the agency cannot do under its laws -- >> that's not me question. you can't request in the information from a foreign government. we understand that. but the questiones what happened if it's provided to you, especially since it's being encouraged?id >> senator, my understanding ise that the same set of rules that surround the information, if it were checked by the u.
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
. intelligence community and also his former presidential rival, hillary clinton. today donald trump is capping off a fiery week with an early morning twitter tirade. >> it's all fake news. it's phony stuff. it didn't happen. >> reporter: the president-elect still stewing over allegations that russian operatives claim to have compromising information on him. cnn isn't reporting the details of those allegations because it is not independently confirmed them. but trump took to twitter to call the allegations, "totally made up facts. both democrats and republicans. fake news. russia says nothing exists. probably released by intelligence even knowing there is no proof and never will be." trump's latest swipe at u.s. intelligence agencies coming after the director of national intelligence james clapper said he assured trump the intelligence community wasn't the source for the dossier. as trump publicly feuds, privately his top advisors have done their own russian outreach. trump's team confirming today that michael flynn, trump's pick for national security adviser recently exchanged calls an
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
lot of people will be there. he want to hit broad themes and step away. >> former bill clinton going to be there. will hillary clinton be there. >> she is supposed to be there. a lot of her supports are not recognizing donald trump. that would be a powerful signal for her to show up. >> good for her if she shows up. >> if you look at lewis is calling donald trump not legitimate presidency. >> with if they show up it will signal something. >> thank you both. >>> still ahead show down between exiting and one new one. >>> role about social media, still ahead. the long brown path before me leading wherever i choose. the east and the west are mine. the north and the south are mine. all seems beautiful to me. c'mohappy birthday! i survived a heart attack. i'm doing all i can to keep from having another one. and i'm taking brilinta. for people who've been hospitalized for a heart attack. i take brilinta with a baby aspirin. no more than one hundred milligrams as it affects how well it works. brilinta helps keep my platelets from sticking together and forming a clot. brilinta reduced t
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
, republicans or democrats. but the pathetic part is the hillary clinton campaign is still grasping at straws to blame somebody fit was the russians and voter fraud, now it the director comey. i think spending more type at home is a good way to put it. >> i know hillary in more recent interviews says she thinks comey lost her the election. but he tempt her in the game. he laid out the most araising reasons for her to be indicted on her to go to prison, and instead he let her state. >> your point about the press conference is well taken. for the republicans it was an indictment. for the democrats it was a detailed sort of problematic discussion of what she had done. but he went to congress and gave sworn testimony about the fact that the case was over. the october 28 letter was a supplement to that testimony which he had to do or with otherwise he would have per injureperjuredhimself. charles: do you have think that last-second revival or the new information -- that was legitimate. huma abedin had these devices. anthony weiner one of the world's greatest perverts, he was texting to anyo
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
investigation will examine whether he tilted a close race by publicly commenting on hillary clinton's e-mails. democrats didn't get the answers they wanted and have new questions about calls michael flynn made to russia's ambassador the same day sanctions were announced. >> we really need to have one president at a time. one on the trump team was trying to undercut what president obama was doing. >> in a flurry of tweets the president-elect says he will have his own people author a full report on hacking within 90 days. mr. trump also renewed his vow that obamacare will be repealed. the house today moved one step closer to gutting the affordable care act. >> we have to step in before things get worse. this is nothing short of a rescue mission. >> reporter: congress will now start hearings to write new healthcare laws so the new president can sign them in the first 100 days. protesters are expected to flock to the inauguration. the secretary of home land security says that presidential precautions will be taken to make sure the swearing in ceremony will not be disturbed. >>> from the c
LINKTV
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
announced 11 days before the november election that he had reopened a probe into whether clinton mishandled classified information. the fbi cleared clinton of criminal charges just two days before election day. many democrats, including former president bill clinton, have said comey's actions cost hillary clinton the presidency. earlier this week, comey told the senate intelligence committee he could not comment on reports that the fbi launched an investigation into donald trump's ties to russia ahead of november's election. that prompted many lawmakers to accuse comey of engaging in a double standard in support of donald trump. donald trump's name former new york city mayor rudolph giuliani as his administration top cyber security adviser. giuliani said thursday he will accept the position, but won't step down as ceo of his security consulting firm giuliani partners. he also plans to remain chair of the cybersecurity practice at the law firm greenberg traurig. speaking to politico on thursday, giuliani acknowledged he will be connecting business associates with president trump, but denied
PBS
Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm PST
clinton was "guilty as hell" and that the f.b.i. was "very nice to her". f.b.i. director james comey made public statements about his investigation of clinton's emails during the campaign-- acts that an inspector general is now examining. >> woodruff: the u.s. justice department charged today that chicago's police have been violating people's rights for years. the federal agency found widespread use of excessive force and racial bias against blacks and latinos. u.s. attorney general loretta lynch announced the assessment in chicago after a year-long probe. >> our investigation found that this pattern of practice is in no small part the result of severely deficient training procedures and accountability systems. it does not adequately review "use of force" incidents to determine whether force was appropriate or lawful, or whether the use of force could have been avoided altogether. >> woodruff: chicago mayor rahm emanuel called the findings "sobering" and pledged new reforms. >> inskeep: u.s. marines may finally get help after drinking tainted water at camp lejeune. the case goes back
CNBC
Jan 13, 2017 6:00pm EST
built in the idea that coal would be going away under hillary clinton. now i think it will be here to stay. that's fabulous news for this railroad. we also want to hear if there's kind of a, let's say, before and after story. before the election and after the election, because if business has gotten better, then the theme of a stronger economy will resonate throughout the market. csx can have that kind of impact. wednesday starts with earnings from two key financial institutions, goldman sachs and citigroup, and i have to tell you that these two will be the most prone to going down after they report if only because they're coming in after so many other good quarters. still, i urge you to think about how little citigroup's stock has really done over the years. actionalertsplus.com club members know i like citi because the ceo is doing a terrific job of getting out of the last of the bad loans while pulling out of unprofitable overseas markets and making bigger bets in good ones. i also like the stock is still selling below its book value of $64, which is absurd because that's real b
be done. hillary clinton got the questions to the debate and didn't report it. that's a horrible thing. can you imagine that if donald trump got the questions to the debate, it would have been the biggest story in the history of stories. and they would have said immediately, you have to get out of the race. nobody even talked about it. it's a very terrible thing, yeah. >> thank you, mr. president, elect. on the intelligence report, the second part of the conclusion was that vladimir putin ordered it because he aspire today help you in the election, do you accept that part of the finding and will you undo what president obama did to punish the russians for this keeping in place? >> if putin likes donald trump, i consider that an asset, not a liability. we have a horrible relationship with russia. russia can help us fight isis, which by the way is, number one, tricky. if you look. this administration created isis by leaving at the wrong time. void was created, isis was formed. if putin likes donald trump, guess what, folks, that's called an asset, not a liability. now, i don't know
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
elected. and they have destroyed the candidacy of hillary clinton. i don't plan to attend inauguration. it'll be the first one that i miss. since i've been in the congress. you cannot be at whole with something that you feel that is wrong. >> it's going to send a big message to a lot of people in this country. that you don't believe he's a legitimate president. >> i think there was a conspiracy on the part of the russians and others to help him get elected. that's not right. that's not fair. open democratic process. >> you're a man of action. you have been your whole life. do you believe this president is not legitimate. what would you tell young folks, young activists to do? >> i would say to young people, and i continue to say it today and i'm going to say it during the next few days is we celebrate and commemorate the birthday of martin luther king jr. when you see something that is not right and not fair, not just, off moral obligation to do something. we cannot afford to be quiet or to be silenced. >> what should be done? what should nancy pelosi, chuck schumer, what
ABC
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
express. 11 administrations are accounted for from eisenhower to president bill clinton and saxophone leading up to trump. this is coming to d.c. in time for the inauguration. we hope they will understand the first amendment that art its exercise free express singing the songs pro or against war. how it's the soundtrack of the social justice movement of the modern time. ryan hughes. >> this is a storm watch 7 winter weather alert. maureen: schools across the area canceling the weekend events ahead of the we'll be right backry weather headed our way. we be -- on the wintery weather headed our way. we begin with chief meteorologist doug hill. what can we expect and when? >> after midnight is when the precipitation will move in. we are on the eastern edge of a huge ice storm continuing to the central planes. we will get a mix. snow, sleet, freezing lane. there are no problems locally. there could be a raindrop but it's after midnight when the precipitation will begin. the suburbs are under a winter advisory for the wintery mix. the temperatures are key. roadway temperatures. we
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
trump calls hillary clinton quote, guilty as hell. she should not have been allowed to run for president. not legitimate, he conspired to get trump elect the. he says trump is not a legitimate president-elect. and closing in, in its closing days, the obama administration says the hunt for isis leader is intensifying and his days are numbered. are u.s. forces closing in? wolf blitzer is off today. i'm jim sciutto and you're in the situation room. >> announcer: this is cnn breaking news. >>> breaking news tonight, the house of representatives takes the first step towards dismantling obamacare. a mostly party line vote follows a similar move in the senate, allowing republicans to use the budget process to roll back major parts of the health care law. also breaking, congressman john lewis says he does not consider donald trump a legitimate president. in a new interview, the civil rights icon charges there was "a conspiracy by the russians and others to help get trump elected" adding, quote, that's not right, that's not fair. that comes as trump tweets that hillary clinton should never have b
CBS
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
are difficult where as chelsea clinton was a model first child. >> reporter: kessler says baron will have three to four agents with him whenever he is in public, that includes to and from his $47,000 a year prep school in new york city, where he plans to finish fourth grade before moving to the white house. anita mcbride was chief of staff to laura bush, and believes baron will find plenty of perks at his dad's new home. >> there is a small bowling alley if you like to to that, you know, tennis court, right now with the obama's there is a basketball court, is there a pool there. >> reporter: trump presidency will bring change to all corners of america but wraps no more profoundly then trump 's youngest child. kenneth the craig for cbs-3, "eyewitness news". >>> kate joins with us our forecast, put your shorts away >> yeah. >> pack them up, one day, that was it. >> yes, one and done. >> good news is after tomorrow you may not need snow brush for a while. tomorrow we will see a little bit of snow but next week and right into next weekend and into the week after temperatures look above a
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
? i know that's ford and nixon. >> there you go. >> jfk, jimmy carter. clinton. obama. there you go. >> okay. >> thanks for letting it roll, there, guys. there were a couple i have no idea who they were. >>> coming up they support women trying to get their lives back on track. >> tonight, we are showing some support for a local non-profit. don't miss our special surprise next, all new at 5:00. >>> coming up at 6:00, a new bakery in trenton is hoping to do more than serve up sweet treats. their plan to help their neighborhood rise along with all the dough they are needing now. >>> i'm rosemary connors, for nbc 10 at issue. join me sunday morning when we discuss the transition to a trump presidentancy. when will our area fill the impact? >>> having a republican president that has an interest in urban areas, can really help us dig ourselves in the mess we've been in for the last 50 years. >>> donald trump doesn't know what he talks about when he talks about the city of philadelphia. he should spend time with the people here. >> coming up sunday morning at 11:30 following meet the press
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
went after hillary clinton, went after democrats, wentz after republicans. he said in a series of tweets that the allegations published in buzzfeed, he repeated again that that's fake news. he also said clinton should not have been allowed to run for president because of her private e-mail server. >>> news4 is back in baltimore where a house burned down and six children died. just ahead, the potential dangers in your homes, especially this winter that maryla maryland's fire marshal wants you to avoid. >>> following breaking developments in takata and its scheme to conceal faulty air bag inflaters. traffic on the roads and rails this weekend. friday and saturday from 10 to close will be single tracking on the red line. same situation on the yellow line friday and saturday. this weekend they are holding that inauguration dress rehearsal downtown. fios is not cable. we're wired differently. that means incredibly fast 150 meg internet. so in the 3.7 seconds it takes gary watson to beat the local sled jump record fly, gary, fly. <
Bloomberg
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
bill clinton and was director of the central intelligence agency. thank you very much for joining us. let us start with the cyber security issue. time, when we have not -- i don't remember tight time when we have had this much cyber security issues and an election. we have reports that russians may have tried to interfere with the election. we also have the hillary clinton incident with the private server. the question is, is this prevalent because it is that big of a problem? i think it is the battlefield of the future, if you want to know the truth. i think cyber attacks will continue to increase the capabilities, and countries are continuing to develop some a countries like russian, iran, china, north korea, will all continue to use cyber attacks incoming at united states. what we are seeing happen, particularly with the russians, but we have also seen china be able to get intellectual capital by virtue of using cyber capabilities. north korea has gone after industries in this country using cyber, and iran has crippled aramco, computers were crippled by use of a sophisticated v
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm PST
straws to delegitimize his resounding victory page the clinton camp still in full blown denial at the fact that mr. trump won fair and square. >> the election is over and donald trump is going to be inaugurated as our next president. that's not the question here. the question is whether outside actors influence the outcome of the election. >> every day, there are new shoes dropping, so to speak, that call into question the legitimacy of his win. we see that jim comey's actions are sufficiently questionable that the internal watchdog at the doj thinks they merit review. i think donald trump is trying to cling to whatever legitimacy it still is in effect here. >> the president-elect had a lot to say about it this morning, tweeting, quote: "what are hillary clinton's people complaining about with respect to the fbi? based on the information they had she should never have been allowed to run. guilty as hell. they were very nice to her. she lost because she campaigned in the wrong states. no enthusiasm!" some thoughts on the fbi's new probe of the investigation. another attempt by democrat
FOX Business
Jan 13, 2017 5:00pm EST
showed you that all the democrats including obama and hillary clinton promised? it's been anything but.. >> not my president! not my president! >> not my president! >> not my president! not my president! . >> i would rather lose than win the way you guys did. >> no, you wouldn't, no, you wouldn't. >> absolutely. >> i know you wouldn't, actually. you think i ran a campaign where white supremacists ran a platform. are you going to look me in the face and tell me that? >> it did! >> at this moment we are filing an action in federal court in pennsylvania to seek a statewide recount in pennsylvania. >> republican members of the electoral college, this message is for you. >> you and just 36 other consciencious republican electors can make a difference by voting your conscience on december 19th. >> i received death threats, people talking about putting a bullet in the back of my mouth, sending pictures of a noose, if i don't vote for hillary clinton, they'll get me. >> racist, sexist, anti-immigrant. >> anti-muslim, anti-semitic. >> we demand you vigorously oppose him. >> and the northern mos
this system. and i quote former president bill clinton who said just last october. quote, so you got this crazy system where all of a sudden 25 million more people have health care and then the people who are out there busting it sometimes 60 hours a week wind up with their premiums doubled and their coverage cut in half. it's the craziest thing in the world, unquote. president bill clinton. mr. chairman, my colleagues, this is just the first step in terms of fixing this problem. the taxes, the premium increases, the loss of coverage, the small businesses who have been priced out of the market, the discouragement of the employment in our country because of the costs that are imposed on the business sector through the a.c.a., these things have to be fixed. they have to be addressed. today is just the first step in addressing that. later, we will have regulatory changes that come from the department of health and human services and more importantly, we will have all to come back here to work out a new plan to fix it. mr. chairman, i urge colleagues to vote for this resolution. i yield
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 4:00pm EST
new justice department probe of the hillary clinton e-mail investigation. he tweeted this morning, what are hillary clinton's people complaining about with respect to the fbi? based on the information they had she should never have been allowed to run. guilty as hell the tweet said. they were very nice to her, she lost, because she campaigned in the wrong states. no enthusiasm. the tweets come a day after the justice department's inspector general announced he would be looking into the fbi and justice department's handling of the investigation into hillary clinton's e-mail server. clinton aides have blamed the fbi for influencing voters. clinton plans to attend next friday's inauguration. >>> with just a week to go until inauguration day, the race is on to get everything ready. crews are setting up the media village in front of the white house. with president elect trump set to take office, massive security preparations are d under way. security costs have topped $100 million. 3,200 police officers from across the country will be in washington next friday. they'll be joined by 80,
CNN
Jan 13, 2017 1:00pm PST
candidacy of hillary clinton. >> what do you make of that, sir? is president-elect trump a legitimate president? >> absolutely. now, let me just say it this way. john lewis is a fine, unbelievable fine man. i think the world of him and i really consider him to be a legend basically in america. and i consider john my friend. with that being said, there is no doubt the russians were involved in hacking. they were responsible for the hacking. but there is no credible evidence showing that that intervened and had one iota to do with the outcome of the election. donald trump won west virginia by over 42%. i can assure you the russians had nothing to do with him winning by 42. now, with that being said we've got to move on. we've got to come together as a country. >> senator joe mansion, democrat of west virginia, thank you very much. hope to see you again soon, sir. >> thank you, jake. >> can he move on before being sworn in as the next president of the united states? or will donald trump still be feuding with the leaders of the intelligence community over russia and that leaked
MSNBC
Jan 13, 2017 1:00pm PST
inspector general is now looking into the fbi's handling of the clinton e-mail investigation. while many on the left and right welcomed the move. is there any proof as some have claimed that comey's actions actually affected the outcome of the election. we have a bunch of numbers. we're going to go through all of them. that is too, stay with us. no sir, no sir, some nincompoop stole all my wool sweaters, smart tv and gaming system. luckily, the geico insurance agency recently helped baa baa with renters insurance. everything stolen was replaced. and the hooligan who lives down the lane was caught selling the stolen goods online. visit geico.com and see how easy it is to switch and save on renters insurance. by simply enjoying it. boost® simply complete. it's intelligent nutrition made with only 9 ingredients, plus 25 vitamins and minerals and 10 grams of protein. and look where life can take you! boost®. be up for it.™ bounty is more absorbent,mom" per roll so the roll can last 50% longer than the leading ordinary brand. so you get more "life" per roll. bounty, the quicker picker upp
NBC
Jan 13, 2017 4:00pm EST
review of the clinton e-mail case. >> fbi director james comey went to capitol hill for a classified talk about russian hacking. >> all i can tell you is the fbi director has no credibility. >> comey's focus, russian hacking to influence the election. but a new investigation will examine whether he tilted a close race by publicly commenting on hillary clinton's e-mails. demo they wanted and have new questions about calls incoming national security advisor michael flynn made to russia's ambassador the same day sanctions were announced. >> we really need to have one president at a time. i certainly hope no one on the trump team was trying to under cut what president obama was doing. >> in a flurry of tweets, the president-elect says he will have his own people author a full report on hacking within 90 days. mr. trump also renewed his vow that obamacare will be repealed. the house today moved one step closer to gutting the affordable care act. >> we have to step in before things get worse. this is nothing short of a rescue mission. >> congress will now start hearings to write new health
FOX News
Jan 13, 2017 1:00pm PST
, the i.g., is investigating both the fbi and the doj over that clinton e-mail probe. who knew what and when, shared what information with whom and when. if you read the mainstream media headlines, you think it's only the fbi, that the justice department isn't involved. we have our political commentators with us on that. ashley what to you make of that? this i.g. will have free rein to investigate what happened and what was told to attorney general lynch on and on. you only think it's the fbi from what i'm reading. >> you would. it's very interesting. the sequence should have been investigated all along. right now democrats are looking to place blame on the fact that the republicans won the election and now they need a scape goat. now the need i can't is looking to play a blame game and comey will take the heat for it. as with any clinton scandals, somebody is always the fall guy. right no that fall guy they be comey. the problem here is that the media is willing to play into this narrative and cover up whatever has been going on this entire time. the american people deserve answers. wh
the democratic national committee and the clinton campaign and cherrypicking what information it leaked to the media, the russian government also created and spread fake news and conspiracies across the vast social media landscape. at the very least the effect of russia's actions was to erode the faith of the american people in our democratic institutions. these and other cyber tools remain highly active and engage in our democratic constitutions. these tools remain active and engaged in misinforming our political dialogue even today. russian's involvement in these intrusions does not appear to be in he doubt. russia's best cyber operators are hard to identify as any in the world. in this case, however, detection was not so difficult. the implication being that putin may have wanted us to know what he had done seeking a level of plausible deniability. these russian cyber attacks should be judged within the context of russian's rejection of the post cold war international order and actions against its neighbors. russian's leaders and putin in particular perceive the democratic mov
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Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm PST
that the chinese were involved in the clinton/gore campaign. i was on that committee. it went on for months. we took it very seriously when it took a republican congress looking at a democratic candidate. now tables are turned and we're looking at whether the trump campaign was advantaged by this and many republican congressmen and senators are running for the hills. they don't to want talk about it. >> i want to talk about the other side of being partisan, the next press secretary sean spicer clarified something on this morning's transition call. he confirmed that donald trump's national security adviser was talking to russia's ambassador on the same day that president obama was kicking out dozens of diplomats over the hacking controversy. sean spicer said it was about setting up logistics for a phone call. there's been a lot of criticism. nancy pelosi said it's probably an okay to communicate. is this democrats saying incoming president shouldn't be talking to russians? >> the incoming president has gone beyond a few telephone calls when it comes to foreign policy leading up to
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Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm PST
clinton with that message machine, once it got to the white house, they foundered in a lot of ways, and one of the ways is in selling obamacare, and the more that republicans went out and said, over and over again, lahnee, right, it's a disaster, it's a disaster, this is falling apart, americans are being hurt, blah, blah, blah, the white house, nor the democratic party, were there saying, hey, this is working, and here's how it's working. no, they lost the message battle, and that's where the fix we're in today. >> lahnee, what do you think? >> yeah, look, brooke, i think it's right. i think that obama did lose the messaging battle, but that almost ignores the fact that there are some underlying policy here that's bad. i mean, to bill's point about single payer, if you think that this system we have now is unsustainable, wait until you go to the system that bill's proposing. the reality of where we are now is you've got almost two times as many people under obamacare who are voluntarily saying, i don't want the insurance, it's too expensive. two times as many people have that than have
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Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm EST
will v hillary clinton if she was elected, there would be other conflicts, people contributed to the clinton foundation. people who hired her and her husband to speak in the past, that would be, people given obviously campaign contributions that would be that conflict of interest. she isn't elected. trump is elected. you can see it already building up, people will ask whether anthony scaramucci will benefit entity that buys his firm. will mnuchin help john paulson who made him a lot of money in his hedge fund. verying stuff. it is all starting right now. liz: in this wild world, conflicts abound. charlie, thank you very much. 2minutes before the closing bell rings. the dow is down single digits. less than three minutes. less than three minutes left voting in the house on the first step to repeal the affordable care act. we're waiting for republican congressman and psychologist, dr. tim murphy to give us the update on just exactly what they're going to replace it with. don't go away. >> i'm gerri willis with today's fox business brief. the dow is lower, s&p and nasdaq trading higher.
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decisiÓn de terminar con la polÍtica de electo volvio a s mojados". arremeter contra hillary clinton y la investigacion del departamento de justicia al fbi por la forma en la que manejo su servidor privado... ecribio en su cuenta de twitter que nunca debio permitirse que se postulara y que es tan culpable como el infierno. tambien se pronuncio acerca del polemico reporte que documenta datos "comprometedo res" no verificados sobre su conducta. dijo que era totalmente fabricado y que se presentara un informe completo en 90 dias. en cuanto al futuro del obamacare tuiteo:"!la ley de cuidado inasequible pronto sera historia! son otros presidentes que se han sumado y estÁn haciendo comunicaciones. >> fÍjate que la gente en redes sociales estÁn hablado mucho de esta nueva esperanza que surge para los jÓvenes soÑadores. la mayorÍa estÁn comentando y dice que esperan lo mejor. >> el departamento de justicia publicado los resultados de la investigaciÓn sobre abusos a los derechos civiles. >> se encontrÓ el departamento de policÍa incurriÓ en graves violaciones de los derechos civiles inc
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Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm PST
the free world. >> and they both fight back. bill clinton went after me once. >> shepard: that's a good clip. that's googleable. >> yeah. we're big boys. if we're going to throw hardballs at political leaders, we have to be ready for the return fire. >> shepard: we're ready. we googled the white llamas and the black llamas. i don't know if you remember that chase. it's friday around here. >> and mississippi and east port. >> it's playoff weekend. it's all football this weekend. come on, chris. you are the lead-in to football on fox this weekend. it's exciting. >> that's true. >> shepard: how do you feel about that? how do you feel about dak prescott versus aaron rodgers this weekend? >> i have a clear favorite in that. some things i'll touch and some things i won't. i'm not going to comment on that game. i do have somebody i'm rooting for. i think -- >> shepard: because you have to bet on it. >> i'm a washington redskins fans. i don't like the other teams in the nfc east. one of those teams is in the nfc east. >> shepard: you're such a diplomat. when are you -- >> i just won an awa
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Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm PST
about your concerns about hillary clinton's emails, why weren't you equally public with your concerns about russian hacking and potentially help to the trump campaign at the same time? >> the director of national intelligence says that the report was not produced by the u.s. intelligence community and doesn't believe the leak originated there. >>> house speaker paul ryan is softening his stance on deporting illegal immigrants. trump's campaign promise came up last night during a town hall meeting. >> if you are worried about some deportation force coming knocking on your door this year, don't worry about that. >> ryan supports trump's promise to withdraw federal funding from sanctuary cities. san francisco is one of about 300 cities labeled as a sanctuary city. the cities are policies to protect illegal immigrants. >>> a heartfelt letter penned by the bush twins to sasha and malia obama is going viral. in it they say the transition from the white house to civilian life can be hard but the best years are ahead. roxana saberi reports. >> reporter: the twin daughters of presiden
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Jan 13, 2017 3:00pm EST
out he talked about hosting a family feud episode between the trumps and the obamas or clintons. i think he could host family feud through the trump administration itself. >> he could. will fred frost was as surprised between that meeting between mr. trump and mr. harvey but we also had the first wave of earnings. >> i know a fraction about bank earnings and not television shows. >> let's do that it's been a roller coaster of a ride. as q4 earnings kicked off. jpmorgan beat the estimates. it was led by the investment banks. the chairman and ceo jamie dimon suggested he was as bullish as a month ago and not that positive about market moves since. on trump's appointment he said he is putting real professionals in the field. give them time and they will do the right thing for america. dimon was up beat about what a corporate tax cut would mean to the economy if delivered. both showed better credit quality, costs still improving and a strong capital position boosting share buy backs in the process. wells fargo did fine operationally although the headline eps missed due to a hedging iss
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Jan 13, 2017 12:00pm PST
his hand manying of the probe into hillary clinton's use of private e-mails last year. . >>> the united states justice department released a report about the chicago police department. the justice department launched an investigation in december of 2015 after a white police officer police officer shot a black teenager 16 times as he walk away from the officer. among other things report found that officers used excessive force when it wasn't necessaryt. said there was a pattern largely because of problem was in police department and the the city. >> we found that the chicago police department engages in a pattern or practice of using excessive force including deadly force and nondeadly force. this pattern includes, for example shooting at people who present no immediate threat and tazing people for not following verbal commands. >> the report lays the ground welcomer for change but it's not clear what will happen after trump's administration takes over. jeff >>> the justice department is now investigating the fbi director. >> this from his handling of the probe into clinton's use
bennonson from the clinton campaign, and you had a serious illness in your family. lost your dad, for which we offer our condolences. we appreciate you coming back here. you have acquired a few titles since then. and we will get to that. but i do want to ask you just to reflect back on the campaign a little. you were chief strategist and spokesman for the republican party. in 2016. and you were, the communications director in 2012. and i noticed josh didn't mention that when he said you led the party through 2014. but we will leave that aside. >> thanks. >> but i guess my question to you is at the beginning of that process, how much was donald trump on your radar screen as a likely candidate for your party? >> it's a great question. honestly, the way that we looked at the -- the 16-cycle after the 12 psych aenl we wrote a while report on it, one of the recommendations that no one wanted to talk about is that the party needed to get out of the way of the voters. and to be honest with you, we woke up everyday knowing that our job was to have the capabilities when we add nominee and to w
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Jan 13, 2017 11:00am PST
hillary clinton's use of the private e-mail server, so while that's happening, he is now facing intense pressure from both sides to resign. let me play just a little bit from the briefing, the appropriate question, i think, he received from senator angus king. >> mr. comey, did you answer senator wyden's investigation that there is an investigation underway as to the connections between either of the political campaigns and the russians? >> i didn't say one way or another. >> you didn't say that there were -- >> that was my intention at least. >> you didn't say whether even there's an investigation underway? >> correct. i don't -- especially in a public forum, we never confirm or deny a pending investigation. >> the irony of your making that statement here, i cannot avoid. but i'll move on. >> of course we all know the involvement, right, with jim comey from the summer and into the -- right before the election. let me also just read a quick quote from this "wall street journal" opinion piece today. if mr. comey declines, donald trump can and should fire him in the interests of t
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Jan 13, 2017 11:00am PST
states obama. it is a favor for the clinton camp. it will make it harder for any investigations in the e-mail matter to proceed and sends a signal to the fbi and justice department. you look into the clinton department issue you will be subject to review. >> heather: it is worth to note that the independent investigator is independent of the factses. is this person not? >> no, by virtue of the appointment shows that. and why did he wait a week before the trump administration comes in to announce a investigation that will come in the trump administration. if he did it the day of the comey press conference there might be a stronger argument. but the timing is unbelievably not credible and not cred i believe that it was designed for any other reason than provide political cover for hillary clinton in the trump administration. >> heather: there are other people appointed as a political official. what is the status of the ig? >> an appointment of the president of the united states. this is a justice department that had had so many scandal and the ig is awol on much of it. and so it is interes
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Jan 13, 2017 2:00pm EST
left right now is blaming him for hillary clinton's loss. i'm trish regan, welcome to "the intelligence report" ." the inspector general is beginning an investigation into the fbi's handling of the clinton email probe leading up to the election. there are allegations director james comey may have broken policies. keep in mind, director comey has single-handedly ticked off everyone, democrats and republicans alike. his refusal to indict hillary clinton for her because of my emails despite her saying she acted in "gross negligence and extreme carelessness" ," initially caused many americans to question his motives. you add in the bombshell announcement 11 days before the election and he announced he was reopening the investigation into this is clinton's emails after finding some classified emails on her top aide computer, which she shared with her now infamous husband, anthony weiner. the democrats say this is the reason hillary clinton lost the election, it's james comey's fault. here's what the former campaign manager said today. >> i'm glad the inspector general has called
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Jan 13, 2017 11:00am PST
public disclosures by comey and others about hillary clinton's e-mail server during the campaign. >> this is as we are learning new information about what comey told donald trump on the day that he was briefed about russian hacking into the u.s. election. nbc's kristen welker has the story. >> reporter: this morning new details about that briefing donald trump had last week on russian attempts to meddle in the u.s. election, a senior u.s. official tells nbc news fbi director james comey took mr. trump aside and spoke with him one on one about the existence of unverified allegations about trump's ties and activities in russia. and director comey under another microscope this morning, the justice department inspector general looking at key decisions and disclosures by the fbi while reviewing hillary clinton's e-mail server. this morning bipartisan support for the move. >> i do think there should be a probe. there are a lot of anomalies that happened. several things that raised eyebrows. >> reporter: clinton aids saying the damage is done. >> my first reaction was i'm not surprised,
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hillary clinton e-mail investigation. this came 11 days before the election and they claim it cost clinton the election. he said he balanced the need for transparency but he defaulted to a long standing policy when asked if the fbi investigating donald trump's team and whether they had contact with the russians during the campaign. >> i don't -- especially in a public forum, we never confirm or deny a pending investigation. >> i'm not saying -- >> the irony of of your making that statement here, i cannot avoid. >> director comey released a statement welcoming the investigation. president-elect trump has yet to announce whether comey will stay on as head of the fbi, and this investigation may have an impact. >>> well, we've made it to friday. you know what that means. >> we have an adora >>> coming up at 4:00, the high flying effort to take down dead and drying trees before the next round of storms hits. and trying to regroup after a record-setting storm, tonight at 5:00, we go live to the sierra where people have seen more than 200 inches of snow. >> what better way to kick off the
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